Transcarpathian deputies allocated financial assistance to the families of fallen soldiers

18 December 2015 15:04  41112324 0113421
Transcarpathian deputies allocated financial assistance to the families of fallen soldiers

First of all the Commission on Labor, Employment and Social Welfare at a meeting held by its chairman Mykhailo Sofilkanych considered the issue of financial aid under the program "Care" to the bereaved families of servicemen from Transcarpathia who participated in ATO in the east.

The chairman expressed sincere condolences to the families of fallen heroes and emphasized that people who defend our peace and the integrity of the country will always have the support of the Commission.

According to the representative of the Transcarpathian Regional Military Commissariat Victor Kucheryavy, as of December 17, 2015, deaths of four of our countrymen in the ATO area were reported. Those are Padyukov Albert, Poyda Vasyl, Levrints Oleksandr and Durunda Pavlo. The military officers informed of marital status and family circumstances of those soldiers.

Deputies listened carefully the information about each hero. The chairman of the Commission made a proposal to allocate financial assistance to the families of the fallen soldiers, which the present commission members unanimously supported and recommended the Department of Social Welfare of the RSA to pay financial aid to the family members of the said killed soldiers from Transcarpathia in amount of 100,000 UAH to each family.

       Then, the commission members carefully reviewed all draft resolutions proposed to be included to the agenda of the second session. They worked actively and consistently, shared their views and comments. The most interesting of them will be proposed for approval to members of the presidium of the Regional Council next week.

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